People are funny.
They have no compassion for children with disabilities, yet they have compassion for anyone who went to Iraq and committed war crimes. How can this be?
Well, it turns out that there are many people in the United States who (while claiming to be pro-life) actually believe that health insurance and good health are privileges, not human rights. I would actually laugh at this if it weren’t so sick.
These people are sociopaths, as they have no conscience. They do not care about the least of their brethren, as Christ commanded them to do. Rather, they blame the victim-up to the point of spiritual abuse, and I’ve heard the cruelty from their hypocritical mouths.
“Well, your mother must have committed some major sin against God if she is in such poor health.”
Yeah, my mom dedicated her life to helping others-even people whom she did not know. This is one of the reasons why I am vehemently disgusted with organized religion, as the believers judged without knowledge. Worse yet, they shoo the information and choose to maintain their original position; that my mother must have displeased God in some way. This is the perfect example of cognitive dissonance, whereby one is shown contrary evidence and chooses to deny the accurate information which that person is presented.
It’s so sad that these people deliberately disobey Christ out of sheer malevolence while wearing the cross around their respective necks.
The only comfort I might have is found in Matthew 25:41-45 and Psalm 50:21, which reads as follows:
So, it looks like these people that make it a personal hobby of theirs to judge people who are partially deaf or have fought traumatic brain injury are quite the candidates for Hell. However, I am not the one who judges them. Rather it is their own religious hypocrisy and their voting affiliation which does that for them.